Born in France in the Ain Stéphane continues his studies in Lyon and at the training center in 3D imagery of the ENSAM of the abbey of Cluny.
Following his studies, he worked in Paris as a 3D graphic designer and then as artistic director.
Following his work in 3D images as beta tester for American companies, Stéphane continues his career in TV dressing and advertising. During this period, he participated in exhibitions and projections of 3D animations in various places in Paris.
Back in the Lyon region in early 2005, Stéphane joined a design office for a company specializing in engineering. The goal is to work in order to freely produce works in painting in his new studio in Chânes in the Ain.
From 2010, the choice is made on increasing the production of oil on canvas and on wood compared to the production of 3D images.
With the creation in 2014 of a new website and Twitter accounts, Instagram and Niume, his artistic career takes a new turn.
Stéphane‘s artistic approach tends above all towards the search for a harmonious composition between figuration and abstraction. His inspiration comes from the representation of spaces and objects with their set of vertical and horizontal lines, curves, fillings and voids. His work is broken down into several stages, the pencil sketches allow, starting from realistic elements, to gradually seek the composition around rhythms, lines and values, this technique is gestural, rhythmic and dynamic. With the brush then, Stéphane reinforces the composition, highlights the contrasts, makes the light come. Finally, he tackles the work of color on canvas, making several passages to find the right harmony and the material sought.
In line with the Idéoréaliste movement, which intends to reconcile primitive art, modern art and classical art, he navigates between the tracks of a primitivism proposed by Picasso, Constantin Brancusi or Jean-Michel Basquiat.